The Most Common Health Risks for Business Travelers [INFOGRAPHIC]

According to the CDC, an estimated 5.1 million people travel outside of the U.S. for business…and for every 100,000 travelers to a developing country, an astounding 50,000 people will experience some sort of health problem abroad. It’s no secret that traveling to an unfamiliar location can pose threats to one’s health—yet, despite these risks, only…

Identity Theft and Business Travel: How to Protect Your Employees and Your Organization

Do you think the chances of identity theft happening to your travelers are slim to none? Think again. According to recent studies, 19 people are victims to identity theft every minute, and it’s been the top consumer complaint to the FCC for the past 15 years. Aside from the stress and financial strain it puts…

The 2016-2017 Flu Season: 7 Things Your Travelers Should Know

The flu is contagious respiratory disease that infects the nose, throat, and lungs. Often confused with the common cold, the flu can actually lead to some serious complications if left untreated. In fact, 5% to 20% of the U.S. population gets the flu and more than 200,000 people are hospitalized from complications each year. Flu.gov also reports…

Travel Trend Alert: Corporate VolunTOURism

Volunteering to help people in need combined with traveling to faraway places is gaining in popularity. In fact, with more than 1.6 million people spending over $2 billion a year, “voluntourism” (aka social impact tourism) is claiming its spot as one of the fastest-growing travel trends today.  This trend also helps corporations, employees and volunteer…

Fit to Fly: 5 Tips for Healthier, More Productive Travelers

Are your employees ‘fit to fly?’ (or should we say …unfit from flying?). It’s no secret that business travel can be disruptive to employees’ regular sleep, exercise and eating routines–all of which can take a toll on their overall health and well-being. Unhealthy travel habits can also lead to less productive employees and can hurt…

Planning a Bleisure Trip This Summer? Here Are 5 Destinations You Won’t Want to Miss

With summer in full swing, many travelers may plan to jump on the bleisure bandwagon in the coming weeks…and can you blame them? When the bleisure traveler walks out of their last meeting on Friday at 4pm, they’re not trucking to the airport or waiting in long security lines…instead, they’re getting ready to hit the town and…

Earth-Friendly Travel: How to Reduce Your Organization’s Carbon Footprint

Recently, Americans have been experiencing unpredictable weather such as drastic drops in temperature followed by weeks of warm weather. Many have been concerned by the temperature change and the potential effects of global warming. Let’s take a closer look at how your organization’s travel programs could make a difference in your carbon footprint. How is my organization…

The Sharing Economy: 5 Essential Safety Tips for a Safer Ride

Getting a ride wherever and whenever you need it has never been easier thanks to sharing economy services like Uber and Lyft. But this ease and simplicity also presents some risks, especially in unfamiliar surroundings. Read our tips below to keep yourself safe when using sharing economy services when you travel. 1. Wait in a…

Looking Ahead: 7 Business Travel Trends to Watch in 2016

It’s that time of year when we’re looking ahead, thinking what the future might hold. And while we can’t predict the future, we do see 7 interesting industry trends that could play a significant role in shaping the business travel climate in 2016: 1) Sharing economy demand. It’s no secret that sharing economy services like…

Surviving Holiday Travel: A Guide for Your Employees

The holidays can be a stressful time for everyone, but they can be particularly stressful for business travelers. Travel takes a toll on their bodies and minds, and a recent study showed a 20% drop in work ethic due to lack of sleep. Whether your employees are traveling for business or pleasure this season, help…